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in through the midday hours. 65 in livermore and then just go off the north of concord and temperatures in the upper 50s. you have 54 and 66 in los gatos. some spots had a last minute sprint. we got that sunshine. san rafael at 53 and then at 2:00 nine degree temperature m jump in one hour as you pop up to 62 degrees at 2:00 p.m. currently numbers cool off to the north bay with some mid-40s developing in napa. dew points beginning to lower and we are finding areas of fog in the north bay. to our live sky camera network tonight and you can see in san francisco we have a marine layer that we're dealing with for tonight. gorgeous shot but if you're doing any traveling tomorrow morning, watch out for the low clouds and the fog that you're going to have to commute in. sunset in the san mateo bridge. mainly cloudy. let's get the you into our next weather maker as we head throughout the week. we'll get some sun in here for tomorrow. as you head through thursday and also friday our next storm system is developing and it's going to bring us some drastically different weather. for about two wee
in santa rosa. 48 in san rafael. 50 in san jose. 49 in concord and also 50 in livermore. here is the thing, current temperatures right now in the low 40s in the north and off to the east bay, a wind 10 to 20 miles an hour making a lot of the bay area feel like the 30s this hour, even the 37 in cupertino, a slight windchill making it feel like 32. the live hd camera network. there's the cloud top buildup. we have some towering cumulus clouds in the south bay today as a sign of instability. we take you off to the north and what you notice is we do have some clearing up above but plenty of low-level instability here across san francisco. and as we also take you into downtown looks good tonight, but bring that jacket and be on the look out or fom rogue showers that once again may develop through the evening hours. back to the weather boards. enough instability through 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 to pop showers up along the coastline. by tomorrow morning we are expecting mainly clear conditions and that is going to set us up for an extremely cold start for wednesday morning. interior valleys in the upper
dozens of people who got sick after eating an event catered by the north park deli in concord. health inspects are determined at twleest employees had the virus. the inspectors say the people who prepared the food for the event did not follow proper hand washing procedures. today after inspection and a refresher course on hand washing the deli was allowed to reopen. >> and this is my livelihood. this is everything for me and my family. and for our customers to show their support and come back, it means so much to me. >> the owner of the deli says the employee who's had the virus were not showing symptoms of it which is why they kept working. >> the palo alto police department held a moving ceremony today to remember an officer killed in the line of duty. there's a twist though. he was killed four decades ago. reserve officer lester cole was hit and killed by a car as he set out flares at an accident 44 years ago today. in fact, he was the first palo alto police officer ever killed in the line of duty. today the department held an official graveside ceremony to remember him. the chief
the concord planning commission voted last night to ban outdoor cultivation of medical marin. the vote is only a recommendation to the city council. council still must make a final decision. if approved by the council, it would become city law in concord. >>> lower fares in the south bay. the metropolitan transportation commission an awarded the santa clara transportation authority $1.3 million for a two-year pilot program that will reduce fares for low income riders. the issue was brought to the city and county officials during a community meeting in september. the program begins later this year. >> winter not done yet. >> no. just when we thought it was maybe out of here last week with the mid-70s. >> it's back. >> 40s and 50s outside right now. also active radar. we're tracking some hev year rain on the way for the bay area at this moment. we'll let you know where there are lightning strikes in california. plus what your weekend looks like in just a few minutes. >> all right, jeff. with ravens quarterback joe flacco conspireing to cheat on the final play of super bowl xlvii? wait till you h
have 5.62 for the calendar year at this point. concord with .48 and should have 4.34. we're in the driest trend ever for january and also february. we're going to get those numbers to flip for us here and we're eventually going to get rain in the seven-day forecast. today was all about the enjoyable sunshine. the warmest down in the south bay. 72 san jose. 77 in santa teresa. and you head up into the north bay 76 in san rafael and 71 in santa rosa. now these winter extremes were all over the board. gilroy, one of our warmest with 79 degrees, san rafael with 7. we were a few degrees away in both of those locations from all-time daily heat today so, again, highly unusual weather that we had today now smack in the middle of february. temperatures are cooling off. down in the south bay a nice night to maybe eat outside. a live look at our sky camera network tonight and this is, as i said earlier, the money shot. as we head into this time of the year, you get a warm day. we have the pollution. that's been making it uncomfortable but visually this is a stunner there in emeryvil
in the castro valley. 59 in concord. upper 50s to 60s back by the bay. we're going to replicate in san francisco with 59 for you. 61 in santa rosa and 57 in bodega bay. i don't mind what we have coming our way for friday. temperatures in the low 60s. some sun. by saturday we cloud it up, just a 10% chance of a shower right now. not expecting any major rainfall and then a look at what we can expect for sunday. mostly sunny skies and we're going to continue that trend into monday as well. then as we head throughout next week, yes, we do get a storm system coming our way. it's not a big storm. thumbs down in the weather department. we need more rainfall. it will bring us at least a 50% chance of a shower by next tuesday. so get ready for the cold. it's coming back tomorrow. >> and chinese new year looks good. >> yes, it does. >> you need to put a dragon on that seven-day forecast. >> that will take like three hours. >> get to it. >> we'll see you at 11:00. let's get to sports. let's bring in jim kozimor. the warriors need some help, don't they, jim? >>> yes, they certainly do, guys. the warriors ar
in santa rosa. 58 in san jose, 26 in concord. all in all here, a lot of sunshine, very enjoyable outside. here was the only hitch in the forecast. winds pretty blustery near the coastline, also for the south and east bay, wind gusts that went as high as 25 to 35 miles per hour. that kicked around any kind of pollen in the atmosphere. everything blooming at this point either moderate to high. it looks like it's going to stay that way over the next 24 hours. you can see from palo alto we're pointed right up towards the sky. a little bit of mid level cloud cover and we'll take you off to the north. you can see in foster city, it is a clear view as that sunsets and then we bring you newspaper emeryville. this has been gorgeous tonight. it's another one to come to your tv and take a look at this one. maybe get a shot of that tv and frame that sucker. high pressure sitting is offshore is going to save us from any kind of storm activity. that is just a few hundred miles away. washington and oregon getting rainfall but for us as the high pressure moves in, it's going to provide a slight offshore
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